Powerful waves and storm surge from Hurricane Matthew cut a new inlet between the beach and the Matanzas River near St. Augustine and washed away a 12-foot dune earlier this month.
Powerful waves and storm surge from Hurricane Matthew cut a new inlet between the beach and the Matanzas River near St. Augustine and washed away a 12-foot dune earlier this month. U.S. Geological Survey
Powerful waves and storm surge from Hurricane Matthew cut a new inlet between the beach and the Matanzas River near St. Augustine and washed away a 12-foot dune earlier this month. U.S. Geological Survey

Matthew’s waves and storm surge gobbled dunes from Florida to South Carolina

October 31, 2016 06:17 PM

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